Albany, NY — Working Pictures, Inc., was recently contracted by Verizon Wireless to produce a series of videos to kick-off regional sales conferences for five Verizon Wireless Northeast locations.
The videos were shot simultaneously over the course of one month, in various locations around New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts. The theme, “Prove the Biggest is Best” was demonstrated by interviewing over 125 energetic employees, and in their own words described how they individually play a role in … Continue Reading
As part of InternetWeek NYC, Working Pictures, along with SobelMedia, sponsored a discussion titled: “A Dialogue on Opening Government Through Technology: Can Open Data Drive Innovation?” The discussion featured The Center for Technology in Government (CTG) at the University at Albany
The event was held at The Samsung Experience in New York City’s Time Warner Center, and featured programming produced by Working Pictures.
“The staff at Working Pictures did a wonderful job on the recent video for The Center for … Continue Reading
Working Pictures, Inc., was recently named a multiple winner at the Albany Ad Club’s 38th Annual NORI Awards competition.
The first NORI was awarded for a video titled, “Dancing in the Woods”. It was produced to benefit the Melodies Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders at the Children’s Hospital at Albany Medical Center. The video, which featured families that have been patients of the Melodies Center was just one of the efforts that helped raise over $400,000 for the … Continue Reading
Working Pictures was recently selected by the Albany-Colonie Chamber of Commerce to provide video services for the Chamber’s 111th Annual Dinner.
The company produced three videos for the event: The Envoy Salute Award, highlighting Walter L. Robb for his vision and leadership in the Capital District, as well as The Spirit of the Chamber Award, presented to Paula Stopera, President and CEO of CAPCOM Federal Credit Union, for her contributions to the chamber. The final video was a special tribute … Continue Reading